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military medical center. hawaii has never been a state without inouye in the body. he first served in the house when hawaii joined the union in 1959 moved to the senate in 1962. by the end of his career he was the most senior member or president pro-tem of the senate making him third in line for the presidency. evidences president pro-tem and he was senior member of the majority party. he was behind vice president biden and speaker boehner. patrick lehey next in line. he joined the senate in 1974. in -- inouye this is what he said marking the pearl har dobo attack december 7, 2011. >> the bombing of pearl harbor 7 years ago began a period of my life when i became i hope a good american. it is something that i will never forget. it changed my life forever. something of interest at this moment. i hope that we will remember december the 7th. i hope we will remember 9-11. that was just a few years ago be people are beginning to forget 9-11. if december the 7th is going to teach us anything, it should be that we must remain vigilant at all times. knotted just to avoid war but vigilant a
top stories tonight. first, the late news this evening that senator daniel inouye from hawaii has died. he was the longest serving senator, 50 years walking in those halls, third in line to the presidency. he had been in office since hawaii became a state in 1959. he was hospitalized with breathing problems. his staff said late today that his last word was "aloha," hawaiian for "hello" and "i love you," which he once used in a speech. and, of course, always for "good-bye." he was 88 years old. >>> and the state department saying that secretary of state hillary clinton fainted from dehydration after an illness and got a concussion. she has canceled one trip and abc's senior foreign affairs correspondent martha raddatz has the latest on her concussion and joins us from washington. martha? >> reporter: diane, this was a pretty serious concussion, although she is starting to feel better. chef was home sick if a stomach virus after a long trip overseas. she apparently was so dehydrated she fainted and when that happened, you obviously don't brace yourself for the fall, so, she hit her head
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